Issue : 5 October 2018
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Written contracts are always best, but if you don’t have one there may still be a way to pursue a claim, explain Helen Pearce and Sam Cave-Browne-Cave.
Take a quick glance around your office and think about what you actually spend your time doing all day.
‘Smart vehicles’, ‘driverless cars’, ‘connected and autonomous vehicles’ (or CAV): regardless of how we label it, one fact is clear.
The future roles of main contractors and subcontractors is an interesting question, one I will be discussing at the CN Summit alongside other experts, and one I have been debating in my role on the Construction Leadership Council (CLC).
A look behind the numbers as Carillion’s Midland Met gets a remedial works contractor and a London framework braces for a no-deal Brexit.
High-Speed Rail: 10 years in, how has the rail client battled with costs, contracts and other controversies; Can high-speed rail colleges overcome funding setbacks?
Argent has revealed that influential managing partner David Partridge will step back from the day-to-day running of the business once its King’s Cross development is completed.
VolkerHighways wins seven-year £68m council dealSubscription
VolkerHighways has won a seven-year highways maintenance and construction contract with Wokingham Borough Council.
HS2's college fails its first yearSubscription
In October last year, the National College for High Speed Rail opened its new Birmingham and Doncaster campuses with a great deal of fanfare.
Crossrail: Mayor ‘misled’ public over delaySubscription
The mayor of London has been accused of “misleading” the public and the London Assembly transport committee over when he knew the project would be delayed.